Recurrent Sebaceous Ear Cyst Popping

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A sebaceous cyst is a swelling in the skin arising in a sebaceous gland, typically filled with sebum. Sebum is an oily substance that keeps the skin and hair moisturized. The person featured in today’s clip has a recurrent one behind his ear. It will go away for a while, but always comes back. What’s a poor guy to do?!

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